Best Books for NEET

By Silpi Sah

Books are the best friends and guide for every successful person. Earlier there were limited books so there was a limited option in the hands of students. Nowadays thousands of books on the same subject are available in the market. So, selecting the best book has become a difficult task these days. Even it is not possible for every student to purchase 8-10 books to do experimentation. Even following 4-5 books at a time may make you confused and stressed. For NEET aspirants time is very less for preparation and so many things to learn and memorize. So, in this article, we are providing a list of best books for NEET preparation from each subject to make your selection process easier.



A major portion of NEET Syllabus is covered in the CBSE 11th and 12th board syllabus. Therefore, every student should complete the NCERT books first to understand and clear various concepts. Still, there are certain topics and concepts which the NCERT books do not cover. Hence, in order to gain command over those topics, candidates will need some reference books for NEET

Some of the best reference books for Biology

Biology section includes 90 questions which carry 360 marks and it goes without saying that candidates should pay more attention to this section as it carries more weightage. Some of the best reference books for Biology are-

1- NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII textbooks

2- Objective Biology by Dinesh

3- Trueman’s Biology – Vol 1 and Vol 2

4- Trueman’s Objective Biology for NEET- M.P Tyagi

5- Objective Biology by Dinesh

6- Objective Botany by Ansari

7- Complete NEET guide: Biology

8- Pradeep Publication’s Biology

9- GRB Bathla publications for Biology

10- 40 Days Biology for NEET- S. Chakravarty

11- SC Verma Biology books

 Some of the best reference books for physics

The physics section being the toughest of all the sections as stated by the experts and toppers, it requires extensive knowledge about each and every topic. The section comprises 45 questions which carry 180 marks

1- NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII

2- Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma

3- Objective Physics by Pramod Agarwal (For practicing problems in mechanics and rotational dynamics.

4- Objective Physics by DC Pandey

5- Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker (For optics, waves, and electromagnetism)

6- Fundamental Physics by Pradeep

7- Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov

 Some of the best reference books for chemistry

Chemistry includes 45 questions which carry 180 marks wherein the aspirants will get three sections- Organic, Inorganic and Physical.  Chemistry includes three sections which are physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry.

To solve numerical part students can follow-

1- NCERT (Textbook) Chemistry – Class 11 & 12

2- Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon

3- Physical Chemistry by P. Bahadur

4- Practice book by N Awasthi (Physical)

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 For organic chemistry students can follow-

1- NCERT (Textbook) Chemistry – Class 11 & 12

2- Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd (For reaction mechanisms)

 3- Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon

4-  Organic Chemistry Objective by Arihant (for practicing problems)

5- Practice book by MS Chauhan (Organic)

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For Inorganic chemistry students can refer

1- Inorganic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon

2- Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee   (For Chemical Bonding, Atomic Structure and Coordination Chemistry)

3- Practise books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic)

Best books for NEET 2020 - Physics, Chemistry, Biology. Books are a fundamental piece of the NEET preparation of any aggressive test and NEET is no exemption.

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NEET preparation tips 2021:

For NEET there is increase in competition every year. Candidates who are interested to clear NEET 2021 have to plan a strategy for NEET to get a medical seat in top medical colleges.

If candidate have a proper study-plan can easily crack National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2021. Previous year analysis of NEET exam can help the candidate in preparation. Some NEET Preparation tips 2021 are following:

  • Prepare time table  according to vast syllabus of NEET .
  • Practice regularly the previous year exam papers and mock test papers.
  • Good study material to be referred.
  • Give more time to weaker sections of candidates.
  • Make short notes for revised regulary. It is time consuming.
  • Fixed the study time slot.
  • Also focus on health because Health is wealth.
  • Have confident on yourself.


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